National Voter Registration Day

National Voter Registration Day

LEARN ABOUT VOTING IN YOUR STATE

Can I register to vote online? Is there a deadline before which I have to register to vote, in order to vote in the next election? What if I have a past felony conviction? Can I still register and vote? Get answers to these and other commonly asked questions about registering to vote, voting, and elections in your state.

VOTE BY MAIL BALLOTS SENT OUT

VOTE BY MAIL BALLOTS SENT OUT

Understanding Vote By Mail and Early Voting In-Person

You can get a ballot sent to your home so you can vote early by mail–just fill the Vote By Mail form out and mail it to your county election office. A ballot then gets sent to you. Easy. Secure. Fast.

Critical dates for early voting–either by mail or in-person at your county election office:

The last day to submit your Vote By Mail application is Oct. 26.

Oct. 1: Early voting by mail starts and ballots are sent out if you requested to Vote By Mail.

Oct. 9: Early voting in-person starts on Oct. 9, 2018 at your county election office. 

Nov. 6: Your early voting ballot must arrive to your county election office by Nov. 6. This is also Election Day if you are voting in person at your local polling location.

Early Voting In Person Begins

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 – Early voting begins in the Election Office. (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.)

Should Nebraska allow Medicaid expansion? Omaha Press Club Forum

Jessica Shelburn, Nebraska State Director for Americans for Prosperity
and Molly McCleery, with Nebraska Appleseed will reflect their views on
this issue Nebraskans will vote on in November. Please join us for this
informative discussion.
Thursday October 11, 2018
A $17 charge includes lunch, which is served beginning at 11:30 a.m. The
program begins at noon.

Monthly Meeting

Join the Sarpy County Democrats for our monthly meeting. All democrats are welcome to attend, even those outside of Sarpy County. Sarpy candidates frequently attend and would love to meet their future constituents. 

Doors open at 6:30PM for a social half-hour before the meeting begins. We would love to hear from you and help you find ways to become more involved in your local democratic party.

SECOND DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE

A SECOND DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE

OCTOBER 18TH AT THE OMAHA PRESS CLUB

The two candidates seeking to represent Omaha’s Second Congressional District in Congress, Democrat Kara Eastman and Republican Don Bacon, will debate the issues at the Omaha Press Club October 18th. The debate is sponsored by the Press Club and the League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha. The debate is open to the public.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2018

NOON TO ONE P.M.

Debate begins promptly at noon

$17 per person includes lunch

Serving begins at 11:30 a.m.

Call 402-345-8008 for reservations or

email Jeanie at jeaniec@opc.omhcoxmail.com

48-hour cancellation policy

NON-PRESS CLUB MEMBERS WELCOME

Validated parking in the Doubletree Hotel garage for members

The Omaha Press Club

22nd floor-First National Center

1620 Dodge St., Omaha

2018 Holland Honor Roll Awards

OCT18

2018 Holland Honor Roll Awards

Please join us for an evening paying tribute to the dedication and fortitude of our state senators who stand up for children and working families in the State of Nebraska.

 Last day for in-person voter registration

Friday, October 26, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. – Last day for in-person voter registration. Sarpy County Election Office. 501 Olson Drive Suite 4, Papillion. (South side of Highway 370)

Last day for early voting in-person

Monday, November 5, 2018 – Last day for early voting in-person at the Election Office. 501 Olson Drive Suite 4, Papillion. (South side of Highway 370)